The first music video ever produced entirely in isolation; “Diamonds” is a spirited account of life brought to a stand-still across the globe, at the very beginning of the 2020 Pandemic.
Hells Kitchen captures a moment in time, New York City, 1978, and explores the power struggle inside New York's crime families. When mobsters and business associates start vanishing or turning up dead, Jimmy' The Don' Gallo tasks his enforcer and underboss Johnny Santorelli to find who's responsible.
As Johnny, who perfected debauchery and gluttony for the mafia, starts making inquiries and accusations, the carnage begins to pile up. But as shipments continue to go missing, paranoia starts to get the better of Jimmy.
Hells Kitchen blurs the line between fiction and fact and plays on the purported connection certain celebrities, politicians, and corporate power brokers had with the mob and with each other. Hells Kitchen, a film that might have some truth to it.
Set in the stunning and vast Finnish Lapland, the documentary follows the journey of five people making life changes. They uproot their lives and move up North.
Minna is finally making her dream come true by leaving city life in Helsinki to live in a tiny sauna cottage with her wife Pernilla and their baby.
Annamari is returning from Australia to her childhood home town to be closer to her ill mother. Her partner Grit is leaving his career and friends in Sydney behind.
Petro is fed up with busy life in Helsinki and is moving to the Northernmost Ski Resort in Europe to hopefully find a permanent job and home there.
In the end, tough decisions need to be made whether to stay or leave.
They all are moving to Lapland to search for happiness in a unique environment but along the way they discover what the most important things in life truly are.